A novel by Lorenzo Vicens, which has become a national "bestseller", generating enthusiasm inside and outside university classrooms for its ease of reading, business teaching, and above all, for its human sense. Likewise, the novel is considered a manual for starting new businesses, a benchmark for teaching values and self-improvement and, surprisingly, it has become a guide for foreigners who come to do business in the country.
One of the most beautiful, complete and detailed collections of images about the nature of Hispaniola.
Manor Houses of the oldest city in America. This book shows the great architectural richness of these houses and the invaluable restoration work that has carried out the team responsible for maintaining these properties.
Creol learning system created by Juan Ramón Reyes.
Ideas to entertain friends at home, dishes to dazzle over the weekend, recipes with a Christmas flavor, and some excellent treats called desserts by Rosalía Gómez de Caro.
A novel by the Spanish writer Alberto Zurrón that recounts the last months of the dictatorship of General Leonidas Trujillo.
Study on the work of Domingo Moreno Jimenes, fundamental author of the Dominican Republic 20th century poetry. This work was originally a thesis in French presented in France at the Paris 8 University in 1998, the thesis director being the well-known Argentine critic Saúl Yurkievich. The book analyzes both the stylistic aspect and the content of Moreno's work in his different phases: the modernist poet, then posthumous, as well as the mystic, visionary, and Americanist thinker.
Novel that from the first moment arouses the interest of the reader as it combines historical fiction and a great surrealism that transports us to other times in the history of the Dominican Republic.
Book of historical fiction. a representation of the sixties and seventies in the Dominican Republic, whose government of enlightened dictatorship plunged the country into misfortune of its ambitions.
This book is a tribute to all those men and women that have worked to organize Dominican sports since 1945. It promotes the effort of athletes, coaches and managers who have dedicated all their effort and commitment to exalting our country in distant lands.
A book that teaches you effective tips to wise money management. The author is Luisa Fuster Quezada, entrepreneur, architect and writer.
This book takes us on a journey from Europe and Africa to the Caribbean, reaching the shores of the Dominican Republic, and affords us an understanding of the roots of folk dancing, its development and evolution in the Dominican Republic.
Book that offers a general platform based on some of the main crops and their harvesting cycle. It reveals, as suggested by its title, the bounty of the soil, together with the intervention of man in the process, and highlights the production areas located throughout the country.
Jewels of Taino Art gathers the most outstanding pieces of Taino culture from various private and public collections in the Dominican Republic.
Book that presents the history and legacy of a singular jewel of Caribbean architecture. Architect José Batlle walks through its environments and details, showing from the spaces that the Vicini-De Marchena family inhabited to the striking stained glass windows that give the residence its name.
The most formidable testimony that has been written about illegal trips to Puerto Rico. It shows very closely the socioeconomic reality of the Dominican Republic, the illegal travel business, the difficulties encountered by illegal immigrants who, already in Puerto Rico, want to cross over to the United States. Author: Raúl Martínez Rosario.
Digital library whose mission is the dissemination of books by Dominican authors and those writers who, regardless of their nationality, write about themes and characters of our country.
Book where you can appreciate the unique characteristics of the Dominican Republic's marine realm.
Book where chef Carlos Estévez and photographer Víctor Siladi offer a meticulous compendium that goes from the fruits of the earth used by our aborigines to contemporary street food, passing through the different waves of migrations that left their mark on our tables.